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Editorials

​Grinspoon, Reconsidered

The immense good Grinspoon’s novel research has done for not only his discipline but for societal issues and law reform is difficult to dismiss and warrants recognition.

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The Indecorous HGSU-UAW

The HGSU-UAW rushes on, but for it to be a durable institution that brings meaningful, positive change to Harvard, it must start thinking beyond the merely legal.

Editorials

Against 'Sex and Circumcision: An American Love Story'

Campuses should be places of free speech and open dialogue. Clopper’s tirade put this principle to reprehensible ends.

An Explanation After the Arrest

We hope that the administration clarifies its procedure for involving police in situations where students and affiliates require medical attention.

Harvard in Allston: A Double-Edged Sword

It is almost impossible to stop an expanding university from radically changing a neighborhood such as Allston, and land values are bound to increase.

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Community Policing at Harvard

As the head of the Harvard University Police Department, I have set high expectations for my officers and myself, and it is my hope that every interaction that students, faculty, and staff have with a member of the force is a positive one.

A Different Kind of Harvard House

At its very essence, public service celebrates the very best of humanity: people selflessly committing to making the world a more equitable place.

All in the Family: Finding Criminals Through the DNA of their Relatives

Even in light of recent privacy breaches involving companies like Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, Californian authorities did the right thing in the interests of justice and public safety and, against the odds, hit the jackpot.

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Columns

Sound and Fury

Usually I find the chaos an appealing challenge, but now the volume is deafening, and the noise is exhausting.

Columns

To Build Our Own Coffins

We cannot guard our language to the point that we imagine what is nonexistent, ban leaders who should be celebrated, and delegitimize ourselves through the intentional misrepresentation of valid ideas.

Columns

The Columns That Haunt Us

There’s been a number of powerful Harvard College graduates who’ve gone on to become influencers in their respective field. And yes, articles they wrote as mere teenagers or people in their early twenties are still available for all to see.

Columns

The Wi-Fi is Bad and I Blame HMC

Harvard is right to seek out benefactors. It has a responsibility to see that their generosity is well stewarded.

Columns

When Technology Becomes an Institution

Technology is a tool, not a doctrine. Thus the conversation should surround the tool’s use, not how we respond to its shadow.

Columns

Harvard Square is Our Business

Letters

Letter to the Editor: Methodology in the Faculty Survey

Letters

Letter to the Editor: An Unfair Charge

Op-Eds

The Girls' Club

Columns

The Generation Gap

Editorials

Preserving History and Increasing Accessibility

From the Gold Room to Westmorly Court, Adams is filled with history—a history that should be preserved to the greatest extent possible.

Notes

A Note to Readers on Faculty Survey Methodology

Broadly, respondent demographics tracked well with publicly available information on the demographics of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Columns

All ‘Representation Matters’

The mere presence of representation in a work of art should not be its selling point—and really cannot be, in the long run.

Editorials

Toward A More Secure Student Government

Any technological advancement made by the UC should prioritize the protection of student and financial information, and take user-friendliness seriously.

Editorials

An Affirmation of Faith

The OSL’s “probation” of HCFA is completely insufficient. This probation seems to be in name only, carrying no apparent punitive weight.

Columns

Searching for Peace, Alone

Editorials

Beyond Finance and Consulting

Op-Eds

The Case for Housing Reform

Editorials

The UC’s Summer Storage Subsidy is a Mixed Bag

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Is Personal Accountability a Thing of the Past?

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